And on Sunday, to the city we went to have a Sunday Afternoon Tea with Cecelia and Connie . .
A pretty table -- so Provencal in color reminding us that it was the first day of Spring and a lovely day as well
A wonderful rabbit, a terra cotta carrot and some dried magnolia leaves made the perfect centerpiece
Sandwiches, strawberries and cream . .
Cookies, wee muffins and tiny poppy seed tea cakes
And tea, of course -- our favorite, a French blood orange -- what is left in the tin is the last of this amazing tea -- they have enough for one more pot -- which we'll share the next time I come visiting
And to finish --
Christopher Elbow Chocolates. If you haven't had one, you've missed a great treat. They are absolutely the best chocolates!!!!
The afternoon passed all too quickly and I headed back to Linderhof. The car filled with gifts (and a box of Elbow Chocolates!).
It was the perfect way to spend the first day of Spring!!!! A leisurely afternoon tea with friends Connie and Cecelia! What a treat!
It's Tuesday which means that it's Tea Time . . . . Let's join these parties!!!
Tabletop Tuesday with Marty at A Stroll Thru Life
Tea Time Tuesday with Terri at Artful Affirmations
Tea Cup Tuesday with Martha at Martha's Favorites
Tea Pot and Tea Things Tuesday with Pam at Breath of Fresh Air
Tea Time Tuesday with Katherine at Lady Katherine's Tea Parlor
Tuesday Tea for Two with Wanda Lee at The Plumed Pen
Tea Time Tuesday with Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage
Everything looks so yummy! and what a pretty table.
What a lovely French table setting! And, for you, what a treat to have been a guest. . .instead of hostess. I missed Tea Time today due to a much needed napping after weekend company. Think I'll fix tea for after dinner on the deck with "Mr. Ed".
Beautiful table! I love the table linens and everything looks absolutely scrumptious!
Martha, What a beautiful tablecloth, food, and chocolates. This was a fun post for me to look at and I know you had a great time.
What a wonderful tea you had! The bunny makes the cutest centerpiece! Love the tablecloth and those chocolates are looking scrumptious! A yummy post! Thank you for joining me for my Spring tea party. It was lovely to have you. Enjoy this first week of Spring.
Your spring tea table is so colourful. I'd love to try the cholcolates, a brand I've not seen in Ontario.
That table just says 'spring' to me. I can't resist yellow and blue at this time of year, whether on a table or in the garden.
What a lovely tea. Everything looks so delicious and inviting. Wonderful way to spend the first day of Spring.
What a delightful Springtime tea post! What a lovely and yummy looking tea table you have spread before us!..,
Thanks so much for for joining Pam and I for TTTT and also for my 75th,'Tuesday Tea for Two'.
Cheers, hugs and blessings from Wanda Lee
I love this tablesetting for tea...everything looks yummy...can I come over?!, right now!!! OK. I'm fine. I love the cups and cookie plate and your beautiful linen.
Oh wow, what a beautiful tea table! love the rabbit and the tea set, the food looks so delicious, i'm a chocoholic and those are making me drool!! Happy Tea Time Tuesday!
What a lovely table. The chocolates look wonderful. Norman Love Chocolates are very similar - each a work of art.
I have recently started drinking tea each afternoon around three. I try to avoid the goodies with it though!
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